The Namibian (Windhoek)

Africa: Big Brother All Stars - the Journey Continues

Ninety one days of action, drama and entertainment and when M-Net's 'Big Brother All Stars' drew to a close in 2010, fans of the continental reality series kept asking would the romances, relationships and friendships survive outside the famous Big Brother Africa house?

Well audiences don't have to wait too long to find out. Premiering on M-Net Africa DStv Channel 102 tonight at 21h30, fans of the continental reality show get the chance to catch up with the five housemates who played the game to the end - when 'Big Brother Africa: The Journey' reunites Lerato Sengadi (South Africa), Munya Chidzonga (Zimbabwe), Mwisho Mwampamba (Tanzania), Sheila Kwamboka (Kenya) and series winner Uti Nwachukwu (Nigeria) in a special edition reunion show.

Join series presenter IK Osakioduwa as he jets off to visit with each of the five housemates in their home countries to see what they've been doing since the show ended, and how life has changed for them since their appearance on the show.

In addition, audiences will see all five housemates join IK in a studio in Johannesburg to talk about the show, its effect on their lives and their plans are for the future.

'Big Brother Africa: The Journey' will be re-screened on Sunday, January 16 on M-Net Africa, DStv Channel 102 at 17h00.

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